|Forum topic by newbiewoodworker||posted 12-11-2010 01:28 AM||838 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
12-11-2010 01:28 AM
I decided on my toybox, I am going to profile the edge. But I am confused as to what profile to use. Bear in mind, I have a cheap, HF Trim Router(all I could justify at the moment). So I am limited to 1/4 shank.
Luckily, they do carry 1/4 bits… im sure they dont hold an edge, but hey, they’re cheap.
I have 2 options:
1 1/4” roundover
1” Roman Orgee
What would you do?
I dont want to leave the sharp edge of freshly planed wood, nor do I want to just sand it away, and risk a weird profile.. lol..
It will be painted, so if somene says they burn the wood, thats not an issue.
Edit: Slight issue: They say max RPM 20k… mine is 28k… Is this safe still? It seemed to be fine with my straight bits, by the same manufacturer(lifetime carbide..lol), but they didnt have a max RPM on them…
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